The Physical Performance Show: Assoc Prof Patrick Weinrauch: Orthopaedic hip specialist ‘hip joint pain’
In episode 181 of The Physical Performance Show Brad Beer shares a conversation with Assoc Prof Patrick Weinrauch: Orthopaedic hip specialist ‘hip joint pain’ in this expert edition.
Assoc Prof Patrick Weinrauch is an Orthopaedic Surgeon who exclusively manages hip joint disorders in adults. A significant proportion of Dr Weinrauch’s private practice is dedicated to the management of active people with hip disorders who wish to maintain high activity levels and function in both sporting and lifestyle recreational pursuits. Associate Professor Weinrauch is a Fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons and a Fellow of the Australian Orthopaedic Association. Dr Weinrauch is currently appointed as Deputy Editor at the International Journal of Advanced Joint Reconstruction, a Member of the Australian Arthroplasty Society, Australian Medical Association and Australian Society of Orthopaedic Surgeons.
Dr Weinrauch has been a competitive cyclist himself and on the eve of this recording, he was preparing to leave Australia for Switzerland to tackle the mighty Matterhorn. In addition, Dr Weinrauch last year attempted Everest on a set of stairs in Brisbane. So this is a Surgeon who absolutely gets the need and the drive to be at one’s physical best.
During this episode, we take a deep dive into the world of common hip joint presentations and the role that surgery may or may not have in managing these conditions.
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Listen in as we delve into the following:
- Patrick’s active life behind the Professional front
- Mt. Everest journey
- Types of patients he sees in his office
- Hips Surgeries done
- Average population experiencing hip joint conditions
- How quality of life is being impacted by hip joints conditions
- Description and Structures of Hip joint
- Acetabulum Labrum Description
- Ligament Description
- Descriptions and Common Conditions for Hip joints disease
- Statistics for Femoro Acetabular Impingement
- Symptoms of having a Degenerative Joint Disease
- Explanation of Labrum Tears
- What is Therapeutic Toolbox
- Hip resurfacing replacement procedures
- Best advice on activity levels after joint replacement
- Fluoroscopy process and procedures
- Physical Challenge for the Week
- Best advice on having a healthy hip
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An excellent complement to today’s Expert Expedition is the archive edition featuring UK based Sports Physiotherapist Benoy Matthews on Episode 129.
“If it aint broke, don’t fix it.” – Best Advice
“Do 3 workouts this week that focus on a functionally important weakness. ” – Physical Challenge
“What defines our recommendations is going to be your description of your symptoms and how it impacts your quality of life.”
“The longer someone has degenerative disease the more it starts to wear.”
To follow Patrick Weinrauch:
Website: Brisbane Hip Clinic
2:20 Introduction to Assoc Prof Patrick Weinrauch
5:18 Patrick’s active life behind the Professional front
7:30 Mt. Everest journey
9:05 Types of patients he consults with
10:35 Hips Surgeries
12:50 Average population experiencing hip joint conditions
16:35 How quality of life is being impacted by hip joints conditions
17:40 Description and Structures of Hip joint
21:20 Acetabulum Labrum Description
24:00 Ligament Description
27:30 Descriptions and Common Conditions for Hip joints disease
40:40 Statistics for Femoro Acetabular Impingement
45:02 Symptoms of People having Degenerative Joint Disease
49:10 Explanation of Labrum Tears
52:08 What is Therapeutic Toolbox
55:35 Hip resurfacing replacement procedures
1:01:00 Best advice on activity levels after joint replacement
1:05:20 Fluoroscopy process and procedures
1:09:47 Physical Challenge for the Week
1:10:45 Best advice on having a healthy hip